From the home counties, Drew's voice is warm and engaging, cool and exciting. Not only capable of many diverse styles, he also has a huge range of accents. Drew's voice can adapt to any script with ease and confidence.
Having trained at Drama Centre London, Drew is a versatile and working actor both in the voice over booth or on screen. His TV credits are ITV’s Coronation street, Channel 4 Hollyoaks and BBC Doctors. He done various commercials for Renault, Amstel, Frenadol (Spain), and the UK version of Viakal and was chosen to be the voice of ‘Jerry’ in the Viakal commercials.
His training gives him a good understanding and knowledge of scripts, and developing characters which is fantastic for commercials, ADR, video games and Animation. His voice is warm, genuine, unique and trustworthy. He can also be cool and dynamic, turning every day dialogue into something more exciting and innovative.
Drew has worked for Emirates UEFA cup, NGP Digital, various jobs for UCL and Hodder’s complete EFL. Most recently Drew plays main London gangster ‘Noot’ and ‘Rupert’ underworld villain in Samsung’s first VR game (Augmented Empire).
Drew also plays arm's dealer ‘Kerban’ and a few other characters in the 2017 BAFTA winning RPG video game (Divinity: Original Sin 2).
He can morph from American to Northern Irish or Australian to South African in an instant. He creates exciting and visceral characters with depth. He's driven, passionate and enthusiastic about honing his craft.
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